Jackie Mason vs. Sarah Silverman: On Obama **UPDATED**

Here's Sarah Silverman's unfunny drivel where she:
  • States that if Obama doesn't win, she's going to blame the Jews - (at which point, a big nose playing on the stereotype enters the picture)
  • Claims our Jewish grandparents are not "civil rightsy" (her way of labeling our grandparents as racist bigots)
  • States that 2 elections ago, "Al Gore got "F'd by Florida"
  • Urges young Jews to convince their grandparents to vote for Obama because older Jews are the same as young black men
  • Claims Jewish grandparents don't like Obama because his "name sounds Muslim" and says he's "obviously not a Muslim" (though not so obvious to some scholars)
  • Claims that Obama's foreign policy is much better for Israel (false, as proven by his anti-Israel foreign policy advisors like Samantha Power, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Robert Malley, Merrill Tony McPeak- all of whom have proven track records of not being pro-Israel)
  • Urges young Jews to threaten that they won't visit their grandparents again this year if they don't vote for Obama and hope that they don't die before next year
  • Claims Obama is the "goodest" person we've ever had as a candidate and calls him "honest" and "kind" and our "last hope" of fixing America's reputation of "the a** holes of the universe" (reflecting the same anti-American feelings of many on the left, apparently)
Not funny. Not smart. Not honest. Sad. Pathetic. The JIDF agrees with Professor Anne Bayefsky, noted scholar with expertise in equality rights as well as international and constitutional rights law who said in the National Review:
Obama’s world vision ought to scare the pants off Americans from diapers to Depends.
The JIDF already covered "The Great Schlep" in which Silverman is promoting in our post, The Desperation of pro-Obama Jews.

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